January Exec Comm Meeting

LCRPC Executive Committee Meeting, Thursday, Jan. 21 at 6 pm

Please email for the zoom link -- thank you! 

Time: 6:00 pm  
Location: ZOOM    


2021 LCRPC Board & EC Meetings

The LCRPC holds either board or executive committee meetings every month. The meetings begin at 6 pm and are on zoom. If you'd like to receive an agenda and zoom link, please call 882-5983. 

Here's the 2021 Meeting Calendar

Time: 6:00 pm  
Location: ZOOM    


LC Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

You are invited to the first meeting of the 2021 Hazard Mitigation Plan Update
Thursday, January 21, 2021, 6 p.m.

You’ll receive a Zoom link after RSVPing.

Town EMA directors; County EMA officials; others like yourself involved with town administration such as Public Works, Road Commissioners, Selectmen, and those knowledgeable about road conditions and other hazards

TO RSVP: Please respond back to either Sandy or Emily below about your attendance. We appreciate RSVPs by Monday 1/18.

You can contact us with any additional questions or comments. We hope to hear from you during this important process!

  • Casey Stevens
  • Emily Rabbe
    • Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission, County Planner:
  • Sandy Gilbreath
    • Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission, Community Development Specialist:
Time: 6:00 pm  
Location: ZOOM    


Online event to meet and learn about Food Bank Farms and Gleaning in Lincoln County

Lincoln County, Maine - On Wednesday, June 23, at 6:00 PM, the Lincoln County Food Council will host an online event ‘Food Bank Farms and Gleaning in Lincoln County,’ an education session about food-bank farms and gleaning programs that provide local produce and increase food security in Lincoln County. This event open to anyone who is curious about these farms or looking for a new volunteer opportunity.

The event will feature presentations by Megan Taft of Twin Villages Foodbank Farm, Erica Berman of Veggies to Table foodbank farm, and Mary Kate Reny of the Lincoln County Gleaners.  Each presentation will describe their unique approach, how they interact with our community, and how the public might participate as volunteers.  After panel presentations, there will be a question and answer portion open to all participants. 

"There is so much good work going on in Lincoln County bringing local products to more people, and I hope this event will highlight that work and connect more volunteers,” says event organizer Merry Fossel, local food security advocate and participant in the Lincoln County Food Council. Volunteer opportunities include fieldwork, harvesting, sorting, transporting, storing, and processing food to increase access to nutritious locally grown produce for members of our community. This online event is a great opportunity to learn more about how these food security programs work, to get involved, or simply see beautiful photos of the farms!

To register, follow on this registration link here.    


Time: 6:00 p.m.  
297 Bath Road
Wiscasset, Maine 04578
T: (207) 882-4271 • F: (207) 882-5188